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Lot 932

Tuesday 29 Nov, 2016 - 10.00am

A late 18th Century mahogany dial wall clock by Thomas Bowen of London, the 15ins diameter silvered dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, to the eight day single train movement with verge escapement, the movement with tapered brass plates and bulbous turned pillars, the bob pendulum contained in case with turned bezel door and with turned rim, and with "salt box" rear casing, 21.5ins high
Note: Thomas Bowen is recorded as being an apprentice to Benjamin Crook of London on 11th October 1784, for seven years. He is known to have worked from Charing Cross and Half Moon Street. He was admitted to The Worshipful Company of Clockmakers in 1796 until 1818.

Estimate £1,500 - 2,000 Sold for £2,100

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป